Can Virgin America, an airline with stellar marks in customer satisfaction, achieve solid profitability without compromising its “hip, forward-looking approach” to airline travel?
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What HR challenges do successful start-ups face as they enter their "adolescent" stage?
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Was the supremacy of the once undisputed leader in the financial information industry being challenged in 2013 by new, less expensive ways of communicating with the investment community?
How did two Columbia Business School alumni manage their time and resources to take their unique online dating business to the next level?
Should M&G stick with the original plan to simply act as a licensor or take a more active role in the biofuel marketplace?